By the time the 2039 season ended, the city of Chicago had captured its league-leading seventh championship, beating the Caribou in four of six games.
The Caribou provided plenty of drama themselves this season. Predicted to finish dead last in Canada, they started hot (49-28 over the first three months) before fading down the stretch (28-39). They had done enough early to keep themselves in the Wild Card hunt and swept Hamilton to end the season and clinch their playoff berth.
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Truman Dare stole third base in the ninth inning for the Caribou. Jamel Langlois single past the drawn-in infield meant the series was over and Thunder Bay had secured its 4th GLBL title, three under the leadership of Rob L.
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The irrepressible Yogi Berra said it best. “Deja vu all over, again.”
The Thunder Bay Caribou won their division in 2025, again.
They advanced to the Finals, again.
They played the powerful Detroit Thunderbirds, again.
Finally, they won the series, four games to two….again.
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It was a wild post-season for the wild card team from the north country. The team was ready to follow up their inaugural championship season with a second banner, this time under the direction of GM Rob Larmer.
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